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, people came together and hung up an american -- krystle campbell's funeral today, people came together and hung up an american flag. people waited in line for hours to pay the respects to the family of krystle campbell. >> everybody is coming together to. >> reporter: she was one of three killed last week in the boston marathon bombings. this will likely be a week marked with tears as family say goodbye to the victims. >> i hope god will give a lot of strength to her and the family. >> reporter: the families want to know exactly what the motive was for the deadly attack and how it was carried out. the person with the most questions to answer is 19-year- old jahar, this man. he remains hospitalized with serious injuries including a wound to the neck. >> it's hard to receive how he received that injury. there was a shootout in watertown. >> reporter: tamerlan tsarnaev died friday morning after a shooting with the police. authorities -- authorities say the two people were planning other attacks. >> i told the people of boston they can rest easily. >> reporter: the threat may be over but t
funerals was this morning, a private service for 29-year-old krystle campbell and dozens are still in boston area hospitals as outside the memorial to the victims continues to grow. >> i know what the injuries were, and i just needed to come down and see for myself. >> in a city injured but slowly beginning to heal. jay gray, nbc news, boston. >> jay, thank you very much. we're learning new details this morning about that wild shoot-out with police that left one bombing suspect dead, the other injured. the watertown police chief telling the boston globe 26-year-old tamerlan tsarnaev was alive and struggling with officers friday morning when his younger brother drove right over him in that stolen suv dragging him along that pavement. the chief said the injuries from the crash are ultimately what killed him. >>> meantime federal investigators trying to speak to the wife of the suspect who died. a lawyer from
. in her hometown of medford krystle campbell was laid to rest. the one week anniversary of the bombing marked by a moment of silence. heads bowed across the city and the nation. yet it's the stories of kindness that keep boston going. friday's man hunt trapped mckenzie wells and her 17 month old son holden in their home. out of milk she got this special delivery from a brook line police officer. >> never imagined someone in their tactical gear carrying two gallons of milk down the street. >> the photo taken by her husband, just more evidence of how a small gesture can make a big difference. >> thank you. >> reporter: now today those who left their belongings in the chaos of the explosion can get them from the boston police, and also those who live on the section of boylston street that was closed by the bombings and those who work there, they can return to their places of work and the places where they live, but there is no word yet on when boylston street will be reopened to the public. matt. >> anne thompson in boston. thanks very much. pete williams is in washington with new details
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